Ira Khan dresses mom Reena Dutta’s saree with boots, says she plans to ‘loot’ more closets. View photos | Bollywood
Ira Khan, daughter of actor Aamir Khan and his first wife Reena Dutta, shared her photos wearing her mother’s sari on Sunday. Taking to Instagram, Ira posted a message giving her fans a glimpse of her ethnic wear.
In the photos, Iran Khan wore a print and paired it with a black sleeveless crop top. She kept her hair down, wore earrings, a wristwatch and opted for white boots. Ira also carried an olive green handbag as she posed outside smiling at the camera.
Sharing the photos, Ira captioned it: “Sari Sunday! I love sarees. So I decided to wear a saree every Sunday. For a few hours. I don’t have much so I’m going to make a raiding multiple people’s closets (smiley face emoji) that way I don’t even need a place in my closet for them (see no evil monkey emoji).”
She also added, “This is mum’s. From Calcutta. We think. Yeah I wore boots with my saree… #saree #calcutta #sareesunday #sunday #dressup.” Reacting to the post, actor Vijay Varma dropped red heart emojis.
Aamir Khan and Reena divorced in 2002. They are also parents to a son, Junaid Khan, Ira’s brother. Last year, Ira on Instagram Stories shared her thoughts on her parents making sacrifices for her.
She said: “For the past few years I’ve felt like my mum and all parents seem to have to give up a lot for their kids. I don’t know if I could really do that for anyone. J must have ruined so many vacations for my mum and dad. Like you can’t do anything. You have to take your child everywhere with you which is fine but then there’s so much you can’t do because you have to take care of them.”
Ira doesn’t want to follow in Aamir’s footsteps to become an actor. Earlier, she made her directorial debut in 2019, with a play titled Medea by Euriped. It starred Hazel Keech in the lead role.
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In a previous interview with Hindustan Times, she said, “I’ve always felt more comfortable and enthusiastic about working offstage or behind the camera rather than [being] in front of her. I never felt the urge to act unless it was in an action movie, so I learn all the cool stunts. Then again…I can just learn to do stunts with no film to work on.”